Autistic Voices: From Mental Health And The Neurodiversity Paradigm To Autistic Burnout

Autistic & Divergent Voices http://emergentdivergence.com/2022/05/09/mental-health-and-the-neurodiversity-paradigm/ Mental health and the neurodiversity paradigm By David Gray-Hammond at Emergent Divergence When considering the landscape of mental health, we also have to consider the normalisation of stigma and the dehumanisation of those who are struggling.…. Read More >> https://thinkingautismguide.com/2022/05/son-rise-aba-and-the-problems-of-the-autism-therapy-industry.html SON-RISE, ABA, AND THE PROBLEMS OF THE AUTISM THERAPY INDUSTRY By …

From Autism Acceptance Is More Than A Buzzword To April And Accommodations | April 2022

Autistic & Divergent Voices Genetic Research & Autism ASAN April is Autism Acceptance month — and acceptance is more than a buzzword. Working toward acceptance means welcoming autistic people’s leadership on the issues that most affect our lives. Since Autism Acceptance Month began, the autistic community has made a tremendous cultural impact in terms of …

Autistic & Ally Voices: From “Profound Autism” Category Is Segregation To The Evidence, Ethics & Effectiveness of Autism Interventions | January 3, 2022

Creating a "Profound Autism" Category Is Segregation, Not Progress by Shannon Rosa TPGA twitter.com/shannonrosa All parents of autistic children struggle to give our children the lives they deserve, but we struggle in different ways because our children’s support needs vary so widely. I understand this complexity at a deeply personal level, as my autistic son …

Archive | Shannon Des Roches Rosa of Thinking Person’s Guide to Autism (TPGA) | #AutisticHistory #AutisticAlly

Shannon Des Roches RosaOf Thinking Person’s Guide To Autism Shannon Des Roches Rosa is our senior editor and co-founder, and manages our social media and content. She writes about autism and parenting for Washington Post and Spectrum, among other outlets. She is the parent of three autistic and neurodivergent children—all of whom are all now bigger than she is. Via …

Autism Prevalence: Timeline & Archives | #BanABA #AutisticHistory

Autism Prevalence | Timeline & Archives Autism Prevalence Timeline | Archives Autism Prevalence Timeline (Last Updated March 9, 2022) 1980s & 1990s In the 1990s there was little information on the prevalence of autism and other developmental disabilities in the United States. Two studies that were conducted in the 1980s examined only selected areas of …

New 1 in 59 CDC Autism Prevalence Rates Approach Reality | THINKING PERSON’S GUIDE TO AUTISM

Shannon Des Roches Ros aToday the CDC released new autism prevalence numbers of 1 in 59, or 1.7%. As we wrote in 2014 after the CDC adjusted its autism prevalence rate to 1 in 68, it's important to keep calm and think critically about what these readjusted numbers actually mean:We are getting better at finding and… …